|Location||Annapolis County / Queens County, Nova Scotia|
|Surface elevation||88 m (289 ft)|
Kejimikujik lake (sometimes Kejimkujik or even Kedgeemakoogee) is the namesake lake and the largest lake in Kejimkujik National Park and the second largest freshwater lake in Nova Scotia after Lake Rossignol. The word 'Kejimkujik' is agreed by all to be a word derived from the Mi'kmaq language, but depending on the source will be said to mean "attempting to escape" or "swollen waters". The park's official stance is that Kejimkujik is a Mi'kmaq word meaning "tired muscles".
- http://www.ilec.or.jp/database/nam/nam-56.html The World Lakes Database entry on Kejimkujik Lake.